So I do some "schoolwork" with my kids every day. My four-year-old loves the activity books and she does them for fun. My 7 year-old is learning how to read and we practice every day. I can't wait for her to be able to read so she can learn all the fun things that are out there. My husband and I both LOVE reading and go to the library all the time.
I also do writing with my seven-year-old. She is the artistic type that loves to draw so I am combining both. She created a book for Grandma and was very proud of it. And she has learned so much because of it. She is much more confident in sounding out words and her writing is so much more legible. Much neater than I ever wrote as a kid. :-)
I don't do anything else school wise. We go to the library a lot and the kids choose books. My four-year-old is into wild cats and knows all sorts of things about them. My older one likes to just look at princess books and Garfield. She also plays the piano and my four-year-old does tumbling.
I wonder if this is still considered unschooling, because we do reading and writing on a regular basis. Melanie likes doing it and she enjoys her progress, but doesn't usually ask to start with it...